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For my little sisters and brothers asking me how we prepared our wedding few years ago, I must say, it is really time consuming and effort intense. But I know this pandemic and quarantine will be a helpful series of diy to your events.

It is not that extravagant as others would have, but I am grateful for those who appreciated and were blown by every area of our preparation.

Our secret is not really a secret, it’s a combination of teamwork, dedication, imagination and proper budgeting.

We did not spend much on our wedding just as others would think upon seeing our event (we have a tight budget and savings then). The estimated cost that you may know by merely looking out our event may not be as is compared to our actual expenses. A little lower ūüôā How? Because, just like what we did in building our own home – – – we prepared, we planned, we looked for affordable but efficient suppliers, we participated the micromanaging and we did the DIYs.

And oh! We would like to thank again our friends and relatives who have spent for their own gown/barong for our wedding. It helped us too to save another thousands .

The only down side of diy is it is time consuming but if you use your time wisely and you love what you do, it will be all worth it.

To show you some pictures of what I created out of an inspired mind and a creative hand for our wedding, here are some.

one meter-size 3D letter

butterfly bouquet

wedding box

wedding box

wedding corsage

wedding corsage

wedding invitation

wrist corsage

wrist corsage

Now, I’ve been thinking to start our business about my crafts, and to also start a vlog out of it? ūüėČ

May you receive your blessings,

Tintin

P.S.

  1. Be Inspired with my piece of Sharing is Caring
  2. See our other Roxas Avenue foodtrip and taste the so called Black Ice Cream
  3. Visit Davao’s spots starting in Samal Island’s Hagimit Falls
  4. Looking where to buy pasalubong in Davao? Check Lola Abon & Apo ni Lola Abon
  5. See my other feature of Caramoan Tourist Spots:
    1. Guijalo Port, gateway to the Caramoan Peninsula
    2. Our Lady of Peace Grotto Caramoan
    3. Caramoan: Manlawi Sand Bar During Low Tide
    4. Guinahoan Island of Caramoan: Reminiscent of the Batanes Islands
    5. Caramoan: 4 Things To Enjoy During High Tide in Manlawi Sand Bar
    6. Cotivas Island in CamSur
  6. For easier and hassle free bookings, try contacting Enjoy Ka Dito’s Site at:www.enjoykadito.com and like Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/EnjoyKaDito
  7. See the majestic sand bar of Caramoan in Manlawi Island
  8. Check out what’s more in Caramoan at A Cup Of Travel
  9. Be inspired with A Cup Of Quote.